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OUR PROJECTS

Center projects (ODS)

These are the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs or ODS in Spanish) that we have worked on; hover over each icon to see the projects we’ve worked on.

Mental health – Berpiztu committee

Hazi eta Ikasi Tolosa

Dementzia bizitzen

Counting on the street

Mugi Tolosa and Ibarra Martxan

Auzoari begira

 

Agenda 2030 – Sustainability committee

Exchange fair

 

Digital catalog of medicinal plants

Solar panels

Electric chargers

Basque language committee

Second hand sanitary material

Want a beer? OD1

Want to be a nurse? -ERI + GI2

Live healthy by education – FARMA

Create and market cosmetics – FARMA

Reading workshop

Support from Garagune

Psychological effects of radiotherapy

The INMAKULADA TOLOSA cooperative has confirmed its commitment to the 2030 Agenda

Basque cooperatives have joined the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

01/31/2024.- The IINMAKULADA TOLOSA cooperative stands out for its work in support of the Sustainable Development Goals (GJH). In light of its commitment to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the INMAKULADA TOLOSA cooperative eradicates poverty (GJH 1), Health and well-being (GJH 3), Good quality education (GJH 4), Gender equality (GJH 5), Drinking water and sanitation (GJH 6). , Available and non-polluting energy (GJH 7), Agriculture and economic growth (GJH 8), Industry, innovation and infrastructure (GJH 9), Reducing inequalities (GJH 10), Sustainable cities and communities (GJH 11), Production and consumption It promotes responsible (GJH 12), climate protection action (GJH 13), aquatic life (GJH 14), life on land (GJH 15), peace, justice and strong institutions (GJH 16).

The work carried out by the INMAKULADA TOLOSA cooperative in support of the Sustainable Development Goals is the result of the KOOPDS Euskadi self-diagnosis. This self-diagnosis has been carried out by KONFEKOOP-the Confederation of Basque Cooperatives, the World Rural Forum and the Unesco Etxe, so that Basque cooperatives can know the amount of their contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals and evaluate, publicize and visualize this contribution. The INMAKULADA TOLOSA cooperative works for sustainable development. To this end, it promotes the sustainable use and management of water and sanitation, it has a gender equality plan that promotes equality and equal pay between women and men, it has internal regulations to prevent cases of corruption and fraud.

The INMAKULADA TOLOSA cooperative knows that it is necessary to make continuous improvements in order to fulfill its commitment to the 2030 Agenda. Therefore, it will continue to incorporate measures in order to progress towards meeting the Sustainable Development Goals in its management.

THE TASK OF BASQUE COOPERATIVISM IS FUNDAMENTAL

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is an action plan for people, planet and social justice. There are 17 goals and 169 targets for sustainable development, all of them social and environmental and of a comprehensive and universal nature. The United Nations has emphasized that managing resources and services in a collective way is helpful for the sustainable development of territories and people.

Cooperatives, as agents of a sustainable economic and social model, are essential to achieve the goals of sustainable development. Basque cooperativeism, with its values and its experience, will play a very important role in the United Nations 2030 Agenda; in fact, Basque cooperativism is, in itself, a commitment to a certain organizational model, and this organizational model promotes all of this: participation, equality, joint management of risks and resources, information and knowledge.

All this is helpful to achieve sustainable development, as well as to improve living conditions, always in equality. The inclusion of the Sustainable Development Goals in company plans is beneficial for strengthening various processes, among which are the identification and management of risks, material opportunities and costs; creating new markets and entering new markets; renewing business models, making them more efficient; and thereby align strategy and cooperative expectations with employees, customers, suppliers, investors and the community.

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